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TV Renewals, Cancellations, Orders: MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, LAST WEEK TONIGHT

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The Man In The High Castle, Last Week Tonight, and other TV shows have all made recent TV show news by being renewed for an additional season, cancelled, or had additional episode orders. These shows air on Amazon and HBO.

The Man In The High Castle (Amazon)

Mad Dogs (Amazon)

The New Yorker Presents (Amazon)

Just Add Magic (Amazon)

The Stinky & Dirty Show (Amazon)

Amazon has now greenlit a full season of [The Man In The High Castle]. It has also picked up full seasons of hour-long dark comedy Mad Dogs, from Shawn Ryan; docu-series The New Yorker Presents; and kids shows Just Add Magic, and The Stinky & Dirty Show.

Additionally, Amazon picked up freshman comedy Mozart in the Jungle for a second season

Love, Nina (BBC)

New Blood (BBC)

The BBC today announced a brace of drama projects: Love, Nina, a five-episode half-hour series from Nick Hornby as well as New Blood, a seven-part hour-long investigative crime thriller from Anthony Horowitz.

Last Week Tonight (HBO)

HBO has renewed his weekly program, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, for two more seasons. Each season will consist of 35 shows, with Season 3 running in 2016, to be followed by Season 4 in 2017.

Beauty and the Beast (The CW)

The CW has renewed fan favorite, though low-rated, “Beauty and the Beast” for a fourth season to run during the 2015-2016 season. The fairytale drama premieres its 13-episode third season on Thursday, May 21 at 8 p.m.

The renewal is a huge vote of confidence for the show, which sank to a .29 rating in the advertiser-coveted Adults 18-49 demographic and averaged 800,000 viewers.

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Source: Deadline

 

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